IXXAT® Safe T100/PS Configuration Tool

IXXAT® Safe T100/PS
Configuration Tool
SAFETY MANUAL
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Document number: 4.02.0300.20001
Version: 1.0
Issue Date: 15.09.2017
Content
1
Preface ............................................................................................ 5
1.1 Important User Information .................................................... 5
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.1.4
T100/PS Configuration Tool safety precautions ...................... 5
Liability ..................................................................................... 5
Intellectual Property Rights ...................................................... 6
Trademark Acknowledgements ............................................... 6
1.2 About This Document............................................................. 6
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
Related and Additional Documents .......................................... 6
Document History..................................................................... 7
Conventions & Terminology ..................................................... 7
Abbreviations ........................................................................... 8
1.3 Restrictions ............................................................................. 8
1.3.1 Handling ................................................................................... 8
1.3.2 Area of Application ................................................................... 9
1.3.3 Validity of this Safety Manual ................................................... 9
1.4 Support .................................................................................... 9
1.5 Product change requests ....................................................... 9
2
General Description ..................................................................... 10
2.1 Branding ................................................................................ 12
2.1.1 Identification parameters ........................................................ 13
2.1.2 Appearance ............................................................................ 13
3
Installation .................................................................................... 15
3.1 Verifying the Installation ...................................................... 15
3.1.1 Checksum file......................................................................... 15
3.1.2 Checksum Computation ......................................................... 15
3.1.3 Retrieving File Version ........................................................... 16
4
Operation ...................................................................................... 17
4.1 Starting the tool .................................................................... 17
4.1.1 TIA Portal ............................................................................... 17
4.1.2 Step 7 ..................................................................................... 18
4.2 Creating the CRC .................................................................. 19
4.3 Entering the CRC in the Engineering Tool .......................... 22
4.3.1 TIA Portal ............................................................................... 22
4.3.2 Step 7 ..................................................................................... 23
4.4 System Validation ................................................................. 24
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Safety Integration Rules .............................................................. 25
B
Safety Configuration Rules ......................................................... 26
C
Applicable Standards .................................................................. 28
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1 Preface
When to Read and Use the Document
Whether you already have decided to develop an application with the IXXAT
Safe T100 or not, you shall read this document as a first introduction on how to
use the IXXAT Safe T100 Configuration Tool in the development process of a
safety application. This document covers the installation and use of the
Configuration Tool. It also documents the assumptions that have been made
about the operating environment [Req.1.1-0], [Req.3.1-1] and other
dependencies on related soft- and hardware [Saf.5-1].
1.1 Important User Information
This document is intended to provide a good understanding of the safe
configuration process for the T100/PS. It contains information for the customer
necessary for correct setup of the IXXAT Safe T100/PS in safety applications.
The reader of this document is expected to be familiar with functional safety
related PLC programming, Siemens Engineering Tools and communication
systems in general.
Along with the information giving a better understanding of the Configuration
Tool, this document contains safety relevant advice, that must be followed by
the integrator. These safety critical aspects are clearly marked with exclamation
signs,
.
A full list of all safety advices can be found in appendix A.
For more information, documentation etc., please visit the IXXAT web site,
'www.ixxat.com'.
1.1.1 T100/PS Configuration Tool safety precautions
The Configuration Tool contains measures against a set of
reasonably foreseeable misuse which is the use of a product,
process or service in a way not intended by the supplier, but which
may result from readily predictable human behavior. Nevertheless,
the integrator has to think about all reasonably foreseeable misuse
and malevolent or unauthorized actions that may result in his
applications and check if the measures of the Configuration Tool
are strong enough to detect and safely treat these error sources.
1.1.2 Liability
Every care has been taken in the preparation of this manual. Please inform HMS
Industrial Networks AB of any inaccuracies or omissions. The data and
illustrations found in this document are not binding. We, HMS Industrial
Networks AB, reserve the right to modify our products in line with our policy of
continuous product development.
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The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should
not be considered as a commitment by HMS Industrial Networks AB. HMS
Industrial Networks AB assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear
in this document.
There are many applications of this product. Those responsible for the use of
this product must ensure that all the necessary steps have been taken to verify
that the applications meet all performance and safety requirements including
any applicable laws, regulations, codes, and standards.
HMS Industrial Networks AB will under no circumstances assume liability or
responsibility for any problems that may arise as a result from the use of
undocumented features, timing, or functional side effects found outside the
documented scope of this product. The effects caused by any direct or indirect
use of such aspects of the product are undefined, and may include e.g.
compatibility issues and stability issues.
The examples and illustrations in this document are included solely for
illustrative purposes. Because of the many variables and requirements
associated with any particular implementation, HMS Industrial Networks AB
cannot assume responsibility for actual use based on these examples and
illustrations.
1.1.3 Intellectual Property Rights
HMS Industrial Networks AB has intellectual property rights relating to
technology embodied in the product described in this document. These
intellectual property rights may include patents and pending patent applications
in the US and other countries.
1.1.4 Trademark Acknowledgements
IXXAT® and Anybus® are registered trademarks of HMS Industrial Networks
AB. All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
1.2 About This Document
For more information, documentation etc., please visit the HMS website,
www.hms-networks.com.
1.2.1 Related and Additional Documents
Document
Doc. Id.
Author
IXXAT Safe T100 – Safety Manual
4.02.0300.20000 HMS
A list of standards, relevant to this product, can be found in appendix A.
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1.2.2 Document History
Revision
Date
Autor(s)
Chapter(s) Description
1.0
2017-09-15
RaBa
All
Initial Creation
1.2.3 Conventions & Terminology
The following conventions are used throughout this manual:
• The terms ‘T100’ or ‘module’ refer to the IXXAT Safe T100 in general
which describes the safety-protocol independent properties.
• The term ‘T100/PS’ refers to the IXXAT Safe T100 module running the
PROFIsafe (PS) safety protocol.
• The term ‘Configuration Tool’ refers to the IXXAT Safe T100/PS
Configuration Tool
• The terms integrator or user refer to a person operating or handling the
Configuration Tool.
• Installation rules, marked with [IR-x], shall be followed by the integrator
when setting up the engineering environment, including the installation of
the Configuration Tool
• Safety configuration rules, marked with [SCR-x], shall be followed by the
integrator when using the Configuration Tool in the T100/PS configuration
process.
• Information necessary for the HMS-internal requirement tracking are
labeled with [Saf.X], [Req.X] or [Asm.X].
• Numbered lists provide sequential steps.
• Bulleted lists provide information, not procedural steps.
•
This sign is used to mark safety relevant requirements or
information which has to be fulfilled by the user.
In accordance with the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2, Fifth Edition, 2004, the
following verbal forms are used in this document with the following meanings:
- Requirements:
shall
is required
shall not
is not allowed, is not permitted
-Recommendations:
should
is recommended
should not is not recommended
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- Permissions:
May
need not
is allowed
is not required
- Possibility and capability:
can
is able, is possible
cannot is not able, is not possible
1.2.4 Abbreviations
Word
ABCC
CRC
PLC
Explanation
Anybus CompactCom
Cyclic Redundancy Check
Programmable Logic Controller
1.3 Restrictions
1.3.1 Handling
[SCR-1.1] This safety product shall be operated and maintained only
by qualified personnel [Saf.6.1-1] [Asm.3.1-1]. Qualified personnel in
the context of this safety manual is:
• familiar with the basic safety concepts and regulations for safety
and accident prevention.
• experienced in the field of safety applications to recognize or avoid
dangerous situations.
• experienced in the application of Siemens safety Engineering
Tools.
[SCR-1.2] The adequate expertise of the personnel shall be examined
and documented. [Saf.6.1-2]
[SCR-1.3] Responsibility for configuring and checking of the
parameters may be performed by different users. The responsibilities
of the involved users shall be documented. [Saf.6.1-3]
[SCR-1.4] The user shall take additional measures in order to detect
failure of the computers and required peripheral hardware, the
Configuration Tool is executed on. [Saf.6.2-2]
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1.3.2 Area of Application
[SCR-1.5] The T100/PS Configuration Tool shall only be operated in
an environment that meets the following conditions [Saf.6.3.1-2],
[Saf.6.2-1]:
• The tool shall be run under Microsoft Windows 7 operating system
or later. [Req.4.1-1]
• The tool shall be run on a 32Bit or 64Bit operating system.
[Req.4.1-2]
• The tool shall be only used with Siemens Engineering Tool Step 7
V5.5 Service Pack 2 or later. [Req.4.1-3]
• Microsoft .NET Framework 2 [Req.4.3-9]
[SCR-1.7] The Configuration Tool shall be only operated with GSDML
files that have been certified by an official PROFINET certification
authority. [Saf.6.1-5] [Saf.6.1-6]
1.3.3 Validity of this Safety Manual
[SCR-1.8] This safety manual is valid for the following HMS product
[Saf.6.3.2-3]:
• 1.02.0300.00000 IXXAT Safe T100/PS Configuration Tool Version
1.0.494.0
1.4 Support
For more information on HMS and IXXAT products, FAQ lists and installation
tips, please refer to the support area on the respective home pages,
(http://www.hms-networks.com, http://www.ixxat.com).
There you will also find information on current product versions and available
updates. For general contact information and where to find support, please refer
to
the
contact
and
support
pages
at
www.hms-networks.com or www.ixxat.com.
1.5 Product change requests
Product change requests or any detected product error shall be reported to HMS
using the contact form of the support web page under the URL
www.ixxat.com/support.
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2 General Description
The T100/PS is a hardware module providing safe digital inputs and outputs.
Various measures ensure a safe operation of the hardware. This includes
monitoring of the attached PROFIsafe connection [Saf.6.6-1], [Saf.6.6-2],
[Saf.6.8-1] and detection of internal hardware or software failures [Saf.6.8-2],
[Saf.6.9-1]. If an error is detected, the T100/PS enters the safe state and thus
ensures always defined characteristics.
The T100/PS is configurable by means of individual parameters (iParameter),
which affect the behavior of the safe in- and outputs. These parameters are sent
to the T100/PS by the PLC on each startup. The transfer of the parameters is
performed using an unsafe communication channel. In order to provide a safe
operation, there has to be a mechanism which ensures validation of the
transferred parameter. This is achieved by transferring an additional checksum
for all parameters. The T100/PS verifies the parameters against this checksum
and stays in safe state if a mismatch is detected [Saf.6.3.2-6] [Saf.6.3.2-5]
[Saf.6.9-4]. The parameters also contain the major version [Saf.6.9-2] and the
IO channel ID of the expected hardware [Saf.6.9-3], which are also covered by
the checksum.
The IXXAT Safe T100/PS Configuration Tool is responsible for creating the
required checksum for the iParameters. It also provides a verification of the
plausibility of the entered parameters. The Tool is part of a superior
configuration process which is illustrated in Figure 2-1 and Table 2-1
[Saf.3.1-1] .
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Engineering PC
1
3
2
iParameter
T100/PS
Configuration Tool
Engineering Tool
iParameter CRC
4
5
Network
Configuration
System containing T100/PS Module
6
8
iParameter
Safe PLC
ABCC Module
7
T100/PS Module
iParameter CRC
Figure 2-1 : Schematic of the configuration process for the T100/PS
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No. Action
1.
The user creates a project which contains a T100/PS and
configures the values of the iParameters.
The user starts the T100/PS Configuration Tool. The iParameters
2.
are transferred to the Tool by the Engineering Application
3.
The user checks the correctness of the iParameters by comparing
the displayed values of T100/PS Configuration Tool and
Engineering Application.
The user copies the CRC generated by the Configuration Tool to
4.
the corresponding parameter in the Engineering Application.
5.
The Engineering Application downloads the network configuration
to the safe PLC. This includes the iParameters and the iParameter
CRC. The Engineering Application checks if the physical network
is faultless [Saf.6.4-1] and if the correct PLC [Saf.6.5-1] and PLC
firmware [Saf.6.5-2] is installed in the network.
6.
On startup the PLC transfers the iParameters to the T100/PS. The
PLC verifies that the ABCC module is faultless [Saf.6.7-1] and
implements the correct industrial Ethernet protocol [Saf.6.7-2].
7.
On startup the PLC transfers the iParameter CRC to the T100/PS
using the safe channel
8.
The T100/PS verifies the iParameters against the iParameter CRC
and only leaves the safe state if the verification succeeded.
Table 2-1 : Configuration steps required for the T100/PS
2.1 Branding
The IXXAT Safe T100/PS Configuration Tool as described in this manual is a
template, usable with the certified default GSDML files for ABCC M30 and M40
modules. Thus the screenshots and the tool related names in this manual shall
be considered as exemplary.
For usage with custom deviations of the IXXAT Safe T100/PS and ABCC
modules, an adapted version of the tool is required. The IXXAT Safe T100/PS
Configuration Tool provides a mechanism to modify the mandatory technical
parameters and also the appearance of the tool [Req.4.3-10] . This mechanism
is termed branding in the subsequent chapters.
Changing the parameters covered by branding does not require a recertification
of resulting tool. The creation of the tool is done by HMS, based on the branding
parameters provided by the customer.
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2.1.1 Identification parameters
The branded tool is bound to specific sets of Vendor ID, Device ID and Module
Identification Number. The device tool menu entry in the Engineering Tool is
only activated for devices which match the specified identification triple (as
defined in the device’s GSDML file). The tool may be bound to more than one
set of Vendor ID, Device ID and Module Identification Number.
Parameter
Vendor ID
Device ID
Module Identification
Number
Description
The Vendor ID of the devices supported by the tool.
The Device ID of the devices supported by the tool.
The Module Identification Number of the devices
supported by the tool.
Table 2-2 : Identification parameters of the tool branding
2.1.2 Appearance
Branding of appearance includes the device tool menu of the Engineering, as
well as the main window and the about window of the IXXAT Safe T100/PS
Configuration Tool. The actual appearance of the device tool menu depends on
the Engineering Tool. Elements of the IXXAT Safe T100/PS Configuration Tool
that are affected by branding are marked in Figure 2-2 and Figure 2-3. A list of
all appearance parameters is given in Table 2-3.
Figure 2-2 : Elements of the main window affected by branding
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Figure 2-3 : Elements of the about window affected by branding
Description
Parameter
Device tool menu item The name that is displayed in the Engineering
– Tool Name
Tool. The name is usually displayed as menu
item or in a separate dialog.
Device tool menu item An additional description that is displayed in the
- Description
Engineering Tool. Usually displayed as a tool tip.
Tool Icon
The icon used for the main window of the tool.
The tool name that is used in the caption of the
Tool Name
main window and in the corresponding text field
of the about dialog.
About Picture
The picture displayed in the about dialog.
About Link - Text
The text that is displayed for the link in the about
dialog.
The URL that is opened when clicking the link in
About Link - URL
the about dialog.
About Copyright
The copyright that is displayed in the about
dialog.
About Description
The descriptive text that is displayed in the about
dialog.
Table 2-3 : Appearance parameters of the tool branding
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3 Installation
To install IXXAT® Safe T100/PS Configuration Tool, start the installation
program by running the setup executable available on the product homepage.
Follow the instructions of the installation program.
3.1 Verifying the Installation
A separate checksum file is provided on the product homepage. This file
contains checksums and versions of the installed files (not the installer itself).
The checksums are required in order to verify the correctness of the installation
of the certified tool version.
[IR-3.1] The user shall verify if the certified version of the Configuration
Tool (see chapter 1.3.3) was installed correctly. The default
installation
directory
is
“Program
Files
(x86)\HMS\
IXXAT_SafeT100PsCrcCalc”
or
“Program
Files\HMS\
IXXAT_SafeT100PsCrcCalc” [Asm.7-1]. The check shall include:
• Existence of the mandatory files
• Correctness of the MD5 checksum of the files
• Correctness of the file version, if a version is available for the file
3.1.1 Checksum file
The checksum file has the format shown in Table 3-1. In the first column the
MD5 checksum of the file is contained. The second column contains the version
of the file. Version are only available for EXEs and DLLs. For other files a dash
indicates, that no version does exist. The last column contains the relative path
of the file within the installation directory.
Hash
Version
File
D34F856E65BFF04AAB763F1E0A7B3598
1.0.494.0 IxxatSafeT100PsCrcCalc.exe
03EA829A0E4BA566F6B6AF06CBE08C3F
- IxxatSafeT100PsCrcCalc.xml
93DA96C6D7D8E4821F69FFB06FCAD8C6
1.0.494.0 IxxatT100Verifier.dll
94B3F9D92905CF6C09DAB3E20D70BD75
1.0.494.0 IxxatTciDataReader.dll
253CD540F032DCB4CC8BCD396F69C232
- TCI-Primitives-v1.1.xsd
C41F6D42CDD5768607AB554BE6067F26
- TCI-TPF-v1.1.xsd
Table 3-1 : Format of the T100/PS Configuration Tool checksum file
3.1.2 Checksum Computation
The checksums of the installed files can be computed using the tool
CertUtil.exe. This tool is a part of the Windows operating system and is
available without additional installation. By executing the command line
CertUtil.exe –hashfile [Filename] MD5 the tool computes the MD5
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checksum for a file. An example of the output is shown in Table 3-2. The bold
line represents the computed checksum.
C:\> CertUtil -hashfile IxxatSafeT100PsCrcCalc.exe MD5
MD5 hash of file IxxatSafeT100PsCrcCalc.exe:
1c d8 3b 5e b2 95 33 a9 62 7d 66 1b 7f 8e 42 de
CertUtil: -hashfile command completed successfully.
Table 3-2 : Example of the output of the CertUtil .exe
3.1.3 Retrieving File Version
A file version is only available for EXE and DLL files. The version of those files
can be displayed using the Windows File Explorer. By right-clicking the file and
selecting Properties, the properties dialogs opens. The version is located on the
Details tab of the dialog (Figure 3-1).
Figure 3-1 : Example of the version dialog
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4.1 Starting the tool
We assume that the user has installed the Configuration Tool and verified the
correctness of the installation (see chapter 3). We also assume the Engineering
Tool (TIA Portal or Step 7) is started and a project containing the T100/PS does
already exist.
4.1.1 TIA Portal
In TIA Portal the Configuration Tool is accessed via the device view of the
T100/PS device.
By selecting the menu item “Start device tool”, in the context menu of the safety
module (Figure 4-1), the selection dialog for device tools is opened (Figure 4-2).
Figure 4-1 : Device view and context menu of the safety module
In the dialog window the Configuration Tool is started by selecting the entry
“IXXAT Safe T100/PS iParameter CRC calculation” and pressing the “Start”
button.
Figure 4-2 : Device tool selection dialog
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4.1.2 Step 7
In Step 7 the Configuration Tool is accessed via the hardware configuration
window of the T100/PS device.
By selecting the T100/PS module in the view, the module list of the device is
displayed (Figure 4-3). By selecting the menu item “Start device tool” →” IXXAT
Safe T100/PS iParameter CRC calculation”, in the context menu of the safety
module, the Configuration Tool is started. Because of naming limitation in STEP
7, the name of the safety module may be truncated.
Figure 4-3 : Hardware configuration windows (section module list) and
context menu of the safety module
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4.2 Creating the CRC
[SCR-4.1] The user shall verify that he is working with the certified
version of the Configuration Tool (see chapter 1.3.3) [Asm.7-1]
When the tool is started the main window is displayed (Figure 4-4). The
parameter list displays iParameters according to the definitions of the GSDML
file, together with the values entered in the Engineering Tool [Req.5.1-2].
Figure 4-4: Main window of the T100 Configuration Tool
[SCR-4.2] The user shall verify the correctness of the parameters by
comparing them to the values displayed in the Engineering Tool and
against the desired values. [Saf.4.1-2], [Saf.6.3.2-4]
In order to verify the values, the user shall confirm the correctness by checking
the corresponding check box of each values. This may be done manually for
each value or by clicking the “All OK” button.
The tool performs a plausibility check of the iParameter values with respect to
the capabilities of the T100/PS module [Req.5.1-5]. If a parameter is not valid,
the corresponding row is displayed in a different color. In this case parameter
cannot be marked as verified. By clicking the row, an error message is displayed
(Figure 4-5).
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Figure 4-5: Main window of the T100 Configuration Tool when a parameter
is not plausible
If the displayed parameters exceed the display space, the user shall also scroll
down to the last entry, in order to review all values. The user shall also enter a
user name in the “User name” text box and may update the project date in the
“Project date” control.
[SCR-4.4] The user shall enter the user name and set a project date.
[Saf.6.1-4]
If all steps have been proceeded, the “Reveal CRC” button becomes active
[Saf.4.2-1]. By clicking the button, the CRC is displayed. Depending on the used
Engineering Tool, the dialog in Figure 4-6 or Figure 4-7 is displayed.
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Figure 4-6 : CRC dialog for Step 7
Figure 4-7 : CRC dialog for TIA Portal
By clicking the “Copy” button, the CRC is copied to the Clipboard and is available
for insertion in the Engineering Tool.
If an error occurs, the main window either displays an error message or the
parameter list stays empty. In this case the CRC cannot be retrieved. This is the
safe state of the application [Saf.4.3-1].
The configured iParameter set, the calculated iParameter CRC as well as the
user name and project data can be printed using the “Print Data” button. When
pressing the button, the printer selection dialog occurs. After confirming the
dialog the table set parameters is printed.
[SCR-4.5] The user shall document each version of the iParameters
in use. [Saf.7-2]
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4.3 Entering the CRC in the Engineering Tool
The T100/PS Configuration Tool only implements measures to avoid
manipulation of the CRC value within the tool itself. It does not implement a
manipulation protection for the CRC value once it is entered in the Engineering
Tool
[SCR-4.6] The user shall utilize the password protection of the
Engineering Tool, in order to protect the CRC value from accidental
or malicious manipulation.
4.3.1 TIA Portal
In TIA Portal the input field for the iParCrc is accessible via the device view of
the T100/PS device (Figure 4-8). The mask is located under Properties →
General → PROFIsafe. The CRC copied from the Configuration Tool shall be
pasted to the input mask “F_iPar_CRC“
Figure 4-8 : Input mask for the iParCrc in TIA Portal
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4.3.2 Step 7
In Step 7 the input field for the iParCrc is accessible via the hardware
configuration window of the T100/PS device.
By selecting the T100/PS module in the view, the module list of the device is
displayed (Figure 4-9). By selecting the menu item “Object Properties” in the
context menu of the safety module, the properties dialog (Figure 4-10),
containing the PROFIsafe parameters, is opened. Because of naming limitation
in STEP 7, the name of the safety module may be truncated. The CRC copied
from the Configuration Tool shall be pasted to the input mask “F_iPar_CRC“.
Figure 4-9 : Hardware configuration windows (section module list) and
context menu of the “3 Dual Input/1 Dual Output” module
Figure 4-10 : PROFIsafe parameters in Step 7
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4.4 System Validation
The configured parameters may be correct from a logical standpoint, but may
however cause not the expected behavior in the overall safety system. Thus a
validation with physical hardware is required in order to ensure safe operation.
[SCR-4.7] During commissioning of the final application, the user shall
validate the iParameters in combination with physical hardware and
the application, in order to ensure the actual behavior of the T100/PS
meets the expected one.
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A Safety Integration Rules
(IR-3.1)The user shall verify if the certified version of the Configuration
Tool (see chapter 1.3.3) was installed correctly. [Asm.7-1]. The check
shall include:
• Existence of the mandatory files
• Correctness of the MD5 checksum of the files
• Correctness of the file version, if a version is available for the file
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B Safety Configuration Rules
(SCR-1.1) This safety product shall be operated and maintained only
by qualified personnel [Saf.6.1-1] [Asm.3.1-1]. Qualified personnel in
the context of this safety manual is:
• familiar with the basic safety concepts and regulations for safety
and accident prevention.
• experienced in the field of safety applications to recognize or avoid
dangerous situations.
• experienced in the application of Siemens safety Engineering
Tools.
(SCR-1.2) The adequate expertise of the personnel shall be examined
and documented. [Saf.6.1-2]
(SCR-1.3) Responsibility for configuring and checking of the
parameters may be performed by different users. The responsibilities
of the involved users shall be documented. [Saf.6.1-3]
(SCR-1.4) The user shall take additional measures in order to detect
failure of the computers and required peripheral hardware, the
Configuration Tool is executed on. [Saf.6.2-2]
(SCR-1.5) The T100/PS Configuration Tool shall only be operated in
an environment that meets the following conditions [Saf.6.3.1-2],
[Saf.6.2-1]:
• The tool shall be run under Microsoft Windows 7 operating system
or later. [Req.4.1-1]
• The tool shall be run on a 32Bit or 64Bit operating system.
[Req.4.1-2]
• The tool shall be only used with Siemens Engineering Tool Step 7
V5.5 Service Pack 2 or later. [Req.4.1-3]
• Microsoft .NET Framework 2 [Req.4.3-9]
(SCR-1.7) The Configuration Tool shall be only operated with GSDML
files that have been certified by an official PROFINET certification
authority. [Saf.6.1-5] [Saf.6.1-6]
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(SCR-1.8) This safety manual is valid for the following HMS products
[Saf.6.3.2-3]:
• 1.02.0300.00000 IXXAT Safe T100/PS Configuration Tool Version
1.0.494.0
(SCR-4.1) The user shall verify that he is working with the certified
version of the Configuration Tool (see chapter 1.3.3) [Asm.7-1]
(SCR-4.2) The user shall verify the correctness of the parameters by
comparing them to the values displayed in the Engineering Tool and
against the desired values. [Saf.4.1-2], [Saf.6.3.2-4]
(SCR-4.4) The user shall enter the user name and set a project date.
[Saf.6.1-4]
(SCR-4.5) The user shall document each version of the iParameters
in use. [Saf.7-2]
(SCR-4.6) The user shall utilize the password protection of the
Engineering Tool, in order to protect the CRC value from accidental
or malicious manipulation.
(SCR-4.7) During commissioning of the final application, the user shall
validate the iParameters in combination with physical hardware and
the application, in order to ensure the actual behavior of the T100/PS
meets the expected one.
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C Applicable Standards
IEC 61508:2010
Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic
safety-related systems
Part 1 – Part 7
EN 62061:2005 + AC:2010 + A1:2013
Safety of machinery – Functional safety of safety-related electrical,
electronic and programmable electronic control systems
IEC 61784-3-3
Industrial communication networks – Profiles – Part 3-3: Functional
safety fieldbuses – Additional specifications for CFP 3
SIMATIC PROFIsafe driver V2.1 for F-Slaves - Manual
Edition 01 / 2009
“HB_PST_2009_01_ENU.pdf”
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